He stated in the meeting that he would be better, that the motion was a wake-up call, and that after two weeks he would be fully back on board, citing that he had a lots of work to complete. At the time he was challenged for his neglect of Guilds, whilst throwing his effort into IC String Ensemble which he also chairs. Sherliker gave assurances that he had cut down on his other activities and would give the 5,000 Engineering students he represents his full dedication - with no other extra-curricular activities, Guilds was the only thing left.
Shortly after this, he went away with ICSO to a national competition (which they won) and has not been seen all Easter. Residents of the Guilds office have been maintaining a tally of the days since he was last in, which at the time of writing stands at 33 days. The presidential inbox has apparently not been checked by Tristan since at least February, possibly longer, while Honorary Secretary Edward Judge and knackered Guilds hack Ashley Brown have been responding to anything urgent.
With elections coming up at the start of the term, Tristan was due to learn how the new elections system works - a member of staff is no longer required to run an election, as the returning officer can do it themselves. Unfortunately he failed to turn up and has been removed as returning officer by the ICU President, once again casting Guilds elections into doubt.
At the start of term, the ICU Court will determine if Tristan's no-confidence was chaired correctly, with the possibility that they may ask it to be re-run. A further possibility is that they conclude it was properly run, but that the chairs ruling (that the no-confidence failed) was incorrect, removing Tristan immediately.
The question in Guilds remains - where's Tristan?